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    Ukrainians Shocked by Politicians Wealth
    Nov01

    Ukrainians Shocked by Politicians Wealth

    The anti-corruption reform requiring high-ranking Ukrainian officials to declare their financial assets on the Internet brought to the surface the huge gap between the wealth of politicians and those whom they represent, reported Reuters. Some declared millions of USD in cash. Others confessed that they own huge collections of luxury cars,...

    The Guardian view on Russia: neither a partner nor an enemy | Editorial
    Nov01

    The Guardian view on Russia: neither a partner nor an enemy | Editorial

    Russia’s behaviour on the international stage is unsettling. But the western response should be neither aggressive nor complacent – and it should be based on transatlantic unityRecent warnings about Russia’s behaviour have become as numerous as they have been, at times, alarmist. Which isn’t to say they are unfounded. The...

    Democrats’ retort to FBI: What about Trump and Russia?
    Nov01

    Democrats’ retort to FBI: What about Trump and Russia?

    Amid a potentially lethal frenzy about renewed FBI activity related to Hillary Clinton’s email, the Clinton campaign and its Democratic allies worked furiously on Monday to change the subject to FBI interest in Donald Trump’s ties to Russia. Democrats have complained for weeks that FBI Director James Comey has refused to discuss his...

    Ukraine MPs forgo pay rise as public balks at wealth
    Nov01

    Ukraine MPs forgo pay rise as public balks at wealth

    Declarations raises fresh questions over extent of corruption …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine government delegation to visit Belarus on 10 November
    Nov01

    Ukraine government delegation to visit Belarus on 10 November

    The delegation will come to Minsk to attend the 24th meeting of the Belarus-Ukraine joint intergovernmental commission on trade and economic cooperation. …read more Source:...

    airBaltic to launch flights to Odessa
    Nov01

    airBaltic to launch flights to Odessa

    The Latvian airline airBaltic will launch a new route between Riga and the Ukrainian coastal city Odessa on March 26, 2017, the company told the press Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    MI5 boss warns of growing threat from Russia
    Nov01

    MI5 boss warns of growing threat from Russia

    Alt Text Andrew Parker Moscow using whole range of powers to push its foreign policy abroad in ‘increasingly aggressive’ ways, says Andrew Parker One-Minute Read Tuesday, November 1, 2016 – 10:14am See related Russia vs Nato: Is there …read more Source: The...

    Latvia’s national carrier airBaltic to start flights to Odessa in Ukraine
    Nov01

    Latvia’s national carrier airBaltic to start flights to Odessa in Ukraine

    Latvia’s national carrier airBaltic will start flights to Odessa in Ukraine in the summer season, airBaltic representative informed BC. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Dutch government holds firm against latest EU deal giving Ukrainians visa-free travel
    Nov01

    Dutch government holds firm against latest EU deal giving Ukrainians visa-free travel

    THE DUTCH government has asked for an extra six weeks to push through a controversial trade deal between the European Union and Ukraine – which huge seen huge public opposition. …read more Source:...

    UK spy chief warns of Russia threat
    Nov01

    UK spy chief warns of Russia threat

    The escalating sophistication of Russia’s espionage and increasing threat of home-grown extremism has led British spy agency MI5 to hire hundreds more agents, its chief told the Guardian in an interview published Tuesday. While threats are rising globally, MI5’s Director General Andrew Parker singled out Russia as the most prominent...

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